Cooper knew he wanted to be an occupational therapist at a very early age. Watching the impact OT has had on adults and children who struggle in their day-to-day lives motivated him to pursue this avenue to be a part of a patient’s journey to a better quality of life. Cooper has worked in a variety of OT settings. For Cooper, the most rewarding experience is being in a rehabilitation setting, helping individuals who have been injured resume their daily lives so they can work, enjoy their families and pursue their passions. In his free time, Cooper enjoys watching Seattle sports, playing trivia, and traveling with his partner and family.
- Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (University of Puget Sound)
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (University of Puget Sound)